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Nvidia app launches in beta: Nvidia's new GPU control panel is much faster, no log in required

One unified app, goodbye GeForce Experience
Something to look forward to: Nvidia is finally making long awaited, much needed changes to their graphics card software. Available now is a new beta application simply called the Nvidia App, which greatly improves the software experience for Nvidia GPU owners. While it doesn't contain all of its features just yet, the eventual goal is for the Nvidia App to replace the outdated Nvidia Control Panel and annoying GeForce Experience into a single unified application.
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Google accused of being "woke" after Gemini creates inaccurate, racially diverse historical images

It has now suspended the feature
Facepalm: Generative AIs are often accused of being biased, but it appears that Google went a bit too far in trying to address this problem with Gemini. The company has apologized after the tool produced images showing people of color and women in historically inaccurate contexts, such as Nazi-era German soldiers and the Founding Fathers. It's led to complaints about Gemini being "woke," and Google has now paused the feature while it makes changes.
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Elden Ring's Shadow of the Erdtree DLC has a new trailer, launches in June

Highly anticipated: Bandai Namco has finally revealed what's in store for Elden Ring players with the Shadow of the Erdtree DLC. The massive expansion for the award-winning heir to the Soulsborne formula will bring new storylines, new challenging boss fights, and a completely new world to explore. And that's just the beginning.
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Xbox still has plans for day-one Activision Blizzard titles on Game Pass

"Our strategy does not hinge on people moving all-digital"
What just happened? Xbox boss Phil Spencer has been talking about the future of the brand, revealing two interesting bits of information: Xbox still intends for day one Activision Blizzard games to appear on Game Pass, which could include this year's Call of Duty; and it will continue to support physical games – for now.
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